Tag Archives: 2°C

Dec 15, 2015
The Natural History Museum
Beka Economopoulos, Co-Founder
"Museums are leaders, and we're asking them to demonstrate their leadership."
by Angie Koo
Aug 8, 2015
Shared renewables come to New York
In New York City, most of us live in apartments, making it impossible to power our homes from our own set of solar panels. But that's about to change.
by Susanna De Martino
Jun 18, 2015
James White: ice & the city
Director, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research
James White explains that the future of the city depends on how the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets melt in a warmer climate, and on what we do to slow the process down.
by Jamie Carpenter
Jun 1, 2015
Fifty Years of Landmarks
New York's Landmarks Law preserves not only the culture of the past, but the energy put into buildings of the past.
by Nicholas MacDonald
May 23, 2015
The great nuclear hope returns
One puzzle on which top experts disagree is the role of nuclear power in providing a solution to climate change.
by Rowan Wu
Jan 25, 2015
Using geology to fix the atmosphere
What if the key to halting climate change lay not in the atmosphere above our heads, but in the rock beneath our feet?
by William Wepsala
Sep 16, 2014
The surprising importance of two degrees
2° C. How could such a seemingly small change in temperature be such an important threshold for the world?
by Devon Kennedy
Jun 1, 2014
Seeking individual responsibility, Part I: Prioritize
New technology won't be ready fast enough to solve climate change. We also need to reduce our individual demand for energy.
by Erin X. Wong